|Name:||Ugly Yellow Lump||Contributor:||Martin Golding w/ Leigh Ann Hussey comments|
|Description:||UGLY YELLOW LUMP ("feeds" two to many, depending on reactions)||Posted:||1994-09-09|
|Key words:||bread||Category:||Side Dishes|
|Ingredients:||9 oz lukewarm water
3 c bread flour
1-1/2 tsp salt
1 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp olive (or other preferred) oil
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp szechuan peppercorns, powdered
1/4 tsp each thyme and rosemary, crushed
|Preparation:||Bread machine instructions:
Combine all ingredients, select fast rise option, wait eagerly for lovely loaf of bread. When bread machine cycle is done, pry the nasty miserable hard little lump out of the machine, slice thinly to clearly expose the odd yellow shade,
Combine dry ingredients. Cut in oil, add water and knead to a soft springy dough. Allow not to rise for about an hour, punch (not down), form into a small flat loaf, allow not to rise another half hour, bake in 350 degree oven until hardened.
|Notes:||With the addition of 2 tsp dry yeast, it is likely this would make a fairly attractive and quite tasty herb bread. Experiments will continue.
Checklists are for sissies.
Leigh Ann Hussey commented a bit later:
Hey Martin, did you try it again? If you didn't, I did, and guess what? With yeast, it works great. I made it the same night I made some cheese and two batches of beer. The next day I made another bread from the sparged malt... (fiber AND maltose... yum!)
|Equipment:||Bread machine (optional)|